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Definition of "wandered" []

  • To move or travel about, in, or through (a place) without any definite purpose or destination (verb)
  • To proceed in an irregular course; meander (verb)
  • To go astray, as from a path or course (verb)
  • (of the mind, thoughts, etc) to lose concentration or direction (verb)
  • To think or speak incoherently or illogically (verb)
  • The act or an instance of wandering (noun)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of wander. (verb)

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Use "wandered" in a sentence
  • "He wandered from the seat to my lap to the driver side floor and all around."
  • "Avaaz was at least on message; the clean room suit-clad aliens with green skin wandered all over asking anyone and everyone if they were “climate leaders” and where real climate leaders could be found."
  • "Great for us who have wandered from the natural and softened to sickly ripeness."
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